I was reading that thread "My Favorite Rex Grigg Quote. LOL" and I saw this...
"Always Keep In Mind That There Are Some People Who Are Not Mentally Capable Of Dosing Dry Ferts Directly Into Their Tank And You May Be One Of Them."
I lost hope...
Then later in that thread I saw this....
"Dosing dry ferts into a tank is no harder than baking a cake from scratch. Read the recipe and follow the directions."
Then I thought to myself, why am I making this harder then it has to be, I already have a list of what my readings or values should be, I am intelligent enough to dose the right amount for what I need...Like Hoppy had said this isnt rocket science. I do understand.
Then my typical thinking kicked back in again....back to the what the hell is all this stuff I am dumping in my tank...thought. I am still having a hard time with this.
Reality of it seems to be, by Rex' reply that there is no easy way to learn what I desire to learn. I think I will buy "chemistry for dummies" book, those books usualy arent too technical.
Hoppy, I hear what your saying. I hear what Rex is saying. What it really boils down to is my uneasiness over adding things in fear of hurting or killing my fish. I am not knowledgeable enough to know better and dry ferts just scare me right now. I feel a little bit better using liquid ferts, which is hairbrained because its the same stuff or worse sometimes. I appreciate the feedback.
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